Kingston NV1 M.2 SSD Review: Your First M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD

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Récemment, des rapports ont fait surface, affirmant que Manchester United était prêt à vendre Paul Pogba à la Juventus et à le prêter au club de Serie A. Le milieu de terrain international français a étonné tout le monde par ses performances cette saison. Le milieu de terrain international français a stupéfié tout le monde par ses performances cette saison et celui qui était considéré comme un futur capitaine potentiel de Manchester United a été lié à un départ du club.. Read more about pcie ssd and let us know what you think.

Professional

  • Good price and availability
  • NVMe-based PCIe M.2 drive
  • The speed is as expected for an entry level SSD.

Cons

  • No DRAM (but that’s normal for a budget drive)

Affordability is an important factor for any product, but there are some caveats. Usually with compromises that seriously detract from the quality of the product and what it should be. But that’s not the case with the Kingston NV1, an entry-level M.2 NVMe SSD – at least not for the most part. But this SSD is aimed at a different audience, namely people who are buying an SSD for the first time and want to try M.2. Does it meet the needs of these users?

Appearance and Specifications

The SSD is really nothing special. The Kingston NV1 is a simple looking M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD with a blue PCB. It comes in a simple housing, just like the A2000 we tested some time ago. The NV1 is available in three different storage capacities – 500GB, 1TB and 2TB. The 128 and 256 models are gone, which I think is a waste of money.

Specifications – Kingston calls the speed of these drives quite generous, with sequential read/write values of 2100/1700 MB for all capacities. A closer look at the NV1 reveals that the SSD – contains 4 NAND chips (memory chips) and a PHISON controller. In general, economy SSDs cost as much as they say they do because manufacturers need to save money anyway. In this case, this SSD has no DRAM, making the Kingston NV1 a DRAM-less SSD.

Power

Comparison value

Our first test of Kingston SSDs will include some of our benchmarks: CrystalDiskInfo, CrystalDiskMark and ATTO Diskbench. We start with our CrystalDiskInfo and look at the datasheet – it matches what Kingston claims, and there are no strange discrepancies to note.

CrystalDiskMark results were as expected, with speeds matching Kingston’s claims of 2004 MB/s sequential read and 1733 MB/s write at partial load. We continued the test with a larger size and set it to 32GB. The results were again consistent, with sequential read speeds of 2021 MB/s and write speeds of 1749 MB/s. Finally, the ATTO benchmark results on the disks were exactly as expected.

As interesting as it is, the NV1 is an entry-level SSD designed to perform as it should, and overall it performed well – and believe me, the speed will still be pretty fast compared to a SATA SSD. Of course, the comparison with 3000 MB/s read/write drives is flawed, because those have relatively more robust and powerful NAND, a better controller, and for some applications even DRAM.

Real World

We’re going to the real world: Moving files to and from NV1. The transfer rates are the same for different file types – whether it’s a folder with 40 GB of mixed data or 1 GB of video – when writing 400+ MB (from a SATA SSD to the NV1). Data transfer from the primary boot drive, which is an NVMe M.2 drive, to the NV1 was pretty fast: We moved a 7 GB file in just 40 seconds.

Supplement

To be fair, the Kingston NV1 is not there to knock anyone out. However, it is aimed at a specific group of users who want to upgrade their existing M.2 drive to get more capacity without breaking the bank. So it makes sense for Kingston to focus on making the ideal SSD for laptops and small PCs. But even if you have an extra M.2 slot in your system or laptop and are looking for an SSD that is inexpensive and still offers 2 TB or even 1 TB, the NV1 is a good buy.

Where to buy

Kingston’s NV1 receives a bronze award from us here at .

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